Apparently JetBlue Park won't be the only addition for the Boston Red Sox when they kick off spring training in just over a week.
The airline unveiled a brand new Red Sox A320, according to JetBlue's official Twitter feed.
The 124-foot, 78-ton jet features a massive Red Sox logo on the plane's tail. It took flight for the first time on Friday, according to the team's Twitter page.
Check out some pictures of the A320, which has been nicknamed FlyingSox on Twitter, below.
The Red Sox' new JetBlue jet takes flight. (Twitter/@JetBlue)
Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine (middle) and team mascot Wally posing with the JetBlue staff. (Twitter/@RedSox)
Red Sox mascot, Wally the Green Monster, standing in front of the team's new jet. (Twitter/@RedSox)
And a shot of the inside of the plane. (Twitter/@RedSox)